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International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communication Engineering(IJERECE)

Monthly Journal for Electronics and Communication Engineering

Open Access Journal

International Journal of Engineering Research in Electronics and Communication Engineering(IJERECE)

Monthly Journal for Electronics and Communication Engineering

ISSN : 2394-6849 (Online)

Future Trends in Distributed Renewable Systems

Author : Suresh Mer 1 Seema Dudhe 2 Santosh Suryawanshi 3

Date of Publication :7th June 2015

Abstract: This paper gives a review of Future Trends in Distributed Renewable Energy System. Distributed Renewable Systems (DER) or Distributed Generation (DG) systems are small-scale, on-site power sources located at or near customers’ homes or businesses. Some common examples include rooftop solar panels, energy storage devices ,fuel cells, micro turbines, small wind, and combined heat and power systems. Customers with these types of generation systems connect to the local electric grid and use the grid both to buy power from their local electric company during times when their DG Systems are not producing enough to meet their needs and to sell power to their electric Company when their systems are producing more electricity than is needed.

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DOI : 10.36647/ijerece/0000